The Wake Forest University Department of Anthropology promotes understanding and appreciation of human cultural and biological diversity. Through academic courses, scholarly and applied research, and public service, the Department of Anthropology provides the Wake Forest community with the tools and knowledge necessary for global citizenship. Composed of scholars representing all sub-fields of anthropology, the Department of Anthropology serves as the premier academic and practical resource for multicultural awareness and education in the University and Winston-Salem communities, enhancing the University’s commitment to Pro Humanitate.
Department of Anthropology News
- Karin Friederic’s New Book – The Prism of Human Rights: Seeking Justice amid Gender Violence in Rural Ecuador
- Dr. Ellen Miller: Published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology
- Dr. Ellen Miller: Collaborates on project that shifts a paradigm of ape evolution
- Dr. Margaret Bender: Summer Writing Grant Presentation
- Dr. Margaret Bender: Deacon Profile